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Blog post by: ArtistWorks
11/15/2019 04:15pm

ArtistWorks Student Stories: 10 Great Quotes

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Connecting with students through our online music lessons is easily one of the best parts of what we do here at ArtistWorks. From guitarists and drummers to cellists and French horn players, you have all come here with a common goal: to become better musicians. And it’s a privilege to be part of your journey. 

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Blog post by: ArtistWorks
11/12/2019 12:42am

Craig Chee & Sarah Maisel Release Ukulele Holiday CD

 

The weather outside may be starting to get frightful, but lucky for us along with the cold comes cheerful holiday music to brighten those winter nights. Case in point is Craig Chee and Sarah Maisel’s new holiday album, Christmas Island. A collection of festive Christmas music classics performed on ukulele, the album is set to release November 29, 2019

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Blog post by: ArtistWorks
10/17/2019 01:08pm

What Are You Searching For?

what are you searching for

It happens to the best of us. Answering email turns into checking social media, and before you know it, you’re zoned out in an endless scroll. 
 
In fact, we’re currently spending more time looking at our screens than ever before — around 23.6 hours a week, according to a recent USC Annenberg study. All of this begs the question, how do you want to spend your time? What are you searching for?
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